Suizenji Jojuen Garden
Built in 1632 by Lord Hosokawa, Suizenji Jojuen is a traditional Japanese garden located in Kumamoto City. Notable features within the garden grounds include a traditional Japanese teahouse, where visitors can enjoy a cup of tea, a natural pond, and a miniature recreation of the Tokaido road, a well-traveled route in the Edo Period connecting Tokyo and Kyoto. You'll even see a small recreation of Mount Fuji. Other facilities worth mentioning include a shrine and lakes containing colorful koi fish.
MAPCODE for car park : 29 433 608*75
8-1, Suizenji Koen, Chuo-ku, Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Pref. 860-0956
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